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Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 67066
From: joekwongyp
Date: 6/18/2002 02:51 AM

Hi everyone,

We are trying to build a server architecture, PDF server + MS office to PDF converter which can be access through DCOM. We prefer to use MS Word, MS Excel and MS Powerpoint as the document converter to PS since this preserve most of our very complicate document content. Moreover we like to added a feature like virtual PDF printer for non-MS office application. We had tools (Powerbuilder or VB) to create the DCOM object but what we don't know is the best tools, the lowest investment and least development effort to achieve this result. Most probably licensing is a very complicated matter in this field, and also there might already a exists reasonable price solution which is easy to use and serve our needs. Please gave me your opinion. Thanks.

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